Hewlett-Packard have unveiled a new digital sculpture and video installation at their Palo Alto headquarters. The 60-foot long permanent installation is a manifold of responsive panels made of reinforced fiberglass that “bridges the divide between the virtual and the actual.” The installation combines sculpture, animation and interactivity. One side is a beautiful expression of architectural form while the reverse features a syncopated video wall. The permanent installation uses a RFP (reinforced fiberglass) shell derived from CNC milling techniques. See it here.
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The installation was designed at by Tronic by designers Vivian Rosenthal and Jesse Seppi.
“We were commissioned to create a large-scale sculpture and video installation that ‘transcends technology and creates an experience that embraces the new’ at HP’s Palo Alto headquarters. We designed an ever- emerging reality that rides the cutting edge of experiential design expectations,” said Jessi Seppi, Tronic, partner and designer.